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. we're following developing news in dallas, texas. we'll have the latest on a standoff. we'll tell you about the threats made to officers. people across the bay area looking for ways to cool off. we'll tell you how high the temperatures are expected to get today. good morning to you on this saturday morning. we're taking a live look outside and you can see a
little bit of gray. certainly it's been a hot few days. we'll see how much warmer it's going to get. welcome to mornings on 2 . >> good morning. we're talking about the cloud cover out there, the fog. it's certainly been warm the last couple days. we'll send it over to mark in our weather center stepping in for rosemary. >> fog pushing in and it's been wacky weather week. remember we had the heat advisories and rainfall wednesday and yesterday the hot temperatures inland. today we'll cool things off a little bit. here's our live camera looking out and breaks in the clouds, but still the coast and bay with some cloud cover. we're going to cool things off a little bit, but still toasty numbers toward livermore.
ninety-six in san francisco. the fog has been scattered in nature. stepping outside the door, 63 degrees in livermore. san francisco upper 50s with overcast. santa rosa reporting mostly cloudy skies. here's the plan for today for your saturday. we have the fog near the coast and bay and then more sunshine this afternoon. partly cloudy skies near the coastline, 8:00 temperatures upper 50s to upper 60s, temperatures inland upper 80s. by about 4:00 pretty warm numbers, san jose 84, a bit of a breeze kicking up around 15- 20. we'll have more on the forecast coming up. we're following developing news on interstate 880. traffic backed up in the
southbound direction with all lanes blocked. the chp has issued an alert and says the highway is expected to be shut down until 8:40 this morning. they say a person jumped off the overpass. they're treating it as a suicide and are asking drivers to avoid the area if possible. we're following a developing story in dallas, texas where a standoff appears to have just ended with a man accused of shooting at police headquarters. moments ago a police sharpshooter fired into the armoured vehicle hitting him. officers are checking to see if he was killed. police had negotiated with him for hours overnight and posted pictures of the attack on the twitter page. there were bullet holes in squad cars and buildings. officers found pipe bombs
planted outside the building. >> this was an on-againoff- again negotiation. he would get angry and hang up and stop talking and would rant and not really have a conversation with us. >> he is a 50-year-old man who claimed he was going to blow up the police department because he says they took his child and accused-of being a terrorist. we're monitoring the story and will have updates. high temperatures have people searching for ways to beat the heat and last night the concert in the park was absolutely fabulous. look at those pictures. some people had help in the shade to stay cool. for people attending graduation ceremonies, umbrellas kept the sun off their backs. the scorching heat also brought with it wildfire concerns. >> the fire behavior wasn't extreme, so we're lucky this occurred early in the day
rather than later. >> this started about 11 in the morning and firefighters were able to get the flames under control quickly. they say it's important to remember that fire season is just getting underway. in response emergency centers are being operated. last monday high temperatures did cause a large number of outages and response times were slow. they've opened emergency centers starting yesterday afternoon. >> we have crews that will be remaining here on site much later than normal hours so that during the peak hours should there be any kind of heat related outages they're ready to roll. >> the problems aren't actually caused by demand from customers, but most often caused by heat related problems with equipment and transformers. a wildfire in northern california has grown to a
little more than 1,000 acres. that fire was sparked by lightning strikes on tuesday in the trinity national forest about halfway between eureka and redding. a team of 200 firefighters are battling the flames along with 17 helicopters and two air tankers. the great america ride where two people were injured yesterday will remain closed today. authorities tell us the employee hurt suffered what's described as a traumatic injury. witnesses say he was trying to get his cell phone that was dropped near the ride. the park visitor who was hurt suffered a hand injury. the accident happened on the roller coaster flight deck formerly known as top gun. the ride can go up to 50 miles an hour. the park has not released information on how the injury happened. a ten-year-old girl was airlifted to hospital in southern california after she was found unconscious after
riding roller coaster at six flags. it happened on the revolution ride. the 113-foot coaster loops around and reaches speeds of 55 miles an hour. park representatives are trying to figure out if she lost consciousness because of the ride. a man shot dead is causing a protest, there for a man who was killed during a confrontation with officers. the rally started where he was shot. police say he was passed out in a car with a loaded gun on the passenger seat. demonstrators attached themselves to each other and a replica of the car. >> whether or not we knew the
victim is traumatic and we know that it's a day we all fear. >> police say they spent more than an hour trying to wake him up and eventually broke the window, which led to a confrontation. we're learning new information about a home invasion robbery in san jose. police say it was an inside job. prosecutors blame the homeowner's teenage son who allegedly got help from known gang members. >>reporter: the video blasted on social media and news of two teens armed with knives robbing a home in broad daylight. prosecutors say it was not a random act, but masterminded by the victim's 17-year-old son who does not live there. >> sources have provided
information that he is actually the one who set this up and initiated the contact and provided information to help the gang members that he knows from high school commit the crime. >>reporter: they're accused of robbing the house, and authorities say back on may 8 all of them drove to the home, two inside armed with kitchen knives ransacked the house. two women, prosecutors say, are staying with close family friends. the man chased one woman, kicking down a door as she desperately tried to hold the door closed. the women and baby locked themselves in a bathroom. >> he's turning on his own family. >>reporter: his father did not speak to the media at the arraignment, but last month told us that he wanted whoever did this behind bars. >> they're very dangerous,
armed. >>reporter: his attorney wanted bail to be lowered saying they had strong ties to the community and no priors. the judge set bail at $200,000 the teens have been charged as adults given the seriousness of the crime. they'll be back in court in july. if convicted he could face-up to 20 years in jail. people planning to ride bart should be prepared foreclosures, shutting down some stations all day today. ac transit will be providing a bus during that closure. they're repairing traction and a switch that's in bad shape. the track's wooden ties are also worn out. service is expected to resume in time for game five of the finals at the arena. a closure date is also in store for doyle drive through san francisco. the roadway is set to be closed
. i think there was a temperature spike yesterday and today. here's the camera looking toward the point. haze here and temperatures inland back up to mid to upper 90s. let's talk about the golden state warriors back in the bay area getting ready for game 5 . the treatment was greeted by fans as they arrived back in oakland. many people were camping out in their cars to try to get a glimpse of their favorite players. the series is tied at two games a piece heading into tomorrow's game. they'll be hosting a special watch party at oracle arena on tuesday for game 6 held back in cleveland. tickets go on sale at 2:00 today. it will cost fans 15 bucks, but everyone who attends the watch party will have a chance to get a commemorative ticket, cheer card and just a fun place to watch the game. a portion of the proceeds from the cedes sales will be
donated to charity. the city is taking extra security measures to prepare for the last game of the finals. back in january of 2003 the city erupted into violence after the ravens lost the super bowl to the buccaneers. rioters torched cars and looted businesses. they've contacted local law enforcement including the highway patrol and asked them to be on heightened alert. the finals could end tuesday night. city postponed their meeting because of concerns about possible unrest. on a more positive note, you can see support for the warriors popping up. the chronicle reports that on social media people have posted pictures of road signs that have been hacked. these electronic message boards that normally warn drivers of construction delays now have messages cheering on the team.
some read words of encouragement. a lot of young kids are attending camps and how they impact the youngest fans. >>reporter: a ball, basket and go to go. >> i like how it's athletic. >>reporter: she's nine, and like the warriors number nine. >> he's strong and really good at defense. >>reporter: madison is 11 and wants to follow in the size 13 footsteps. >> i want to be just like him. >>reporter: down to imitating
pre-game warmup styles. >> the back dribble and back step. you see a lot of moves imitated that you've never seen before. >>reporter: she's already brought home some hardware for her team with lincoln park. some making the news. >> i was really into basketball before, but now i have to play every single day. >>reporter: whether on the hard wood or concrete court, this series is sparking dreams of future stars, hoping some day they'll get a chance to shine. speaking of shining, the sun has been shining pretty hot in recent days, leaving everyone wondering if it will be a cool day? >> just a little bit cooler. if you could pick your temperature, what's ideal? >> 68 and sunny, definitely
sunny, but with a cool ocean breeze. >> i've got a 68 for you. that's the thing about the bay area, the big range in temperatures. we do have temperatures ranging from the 60s to the 90s. yesterday of course around 100 to 101 degrees. clear skies inland, but fog making a comeback in parts of the coast and bay. i heard the foghorn going off in san francisco this morning, so some overcast over the bay. inland a completely different story. temperatures on track to reach the mid to upper 90s. here's a look right now at live stormtracker 2 . there's storms out there, but it's kind of mixed up a little bit. we could have partly cloudy skies in parts of the shoreline later on today. current numbers right now 63 degrees in livermore, oakland 59 and san francisco upper 50s. the forecast headlines, of course fog this morning, warm
to hot inland, but a cooler sunday and gradually warming up next week, especially by wednesday and thursday. san francisco for today the north beach festival, always a fun event and part of the city. 10:00 60 degrees on track to reach the upper 60s with skies becoming partly cloudy in the afternoon hours. i think we'll bump up the 92 to 95 degrees, but it will be a little cooler than yesterday. livermore yesterday was 101. today baseball giants at the at&t park. temperatures upper 60s with partly cloudy skies in san francisco. today mild temperatures for the coast and still hot inland, readings in the upper 90s, but this area of low pressure kind of develops, especially for tomorrow. that will be the source of cooling for the second half of the weekend. for today here we go.
some of the fog this morning and clearing back to near the shoreline. lots of different temperatures out there. winds do pick up and the onshore breeze picking up around 10-20 miles an hour. oakland is 70s, santa cruz 68 degrees and san francisco 69. a look ahead at your five-day forecast with the temperatures shaving off a few more degrees in the sunday forecast, then a cooling trend continuing monday. maybe a bump in the numbers by tuesday and into wednesday, but as a meteorologist it's been fascinating with temperatures 109 in gilroy on monday and pretty good rainfall wednesday. yesterday we soared back up and a little more manageable.
>> in full effect. >> especially if you're a visitor at the coast, you have to have a totally different wardrobe with the sweaters. >> then you come inland and pool weather. we're getting a look at the new sea lion pup born yesterday. there she is snuggling next to her mom. she is yet to be named. she's the fourth offspring of the mother. a six flags representative says they're very excited about the new addition. from a former soldier
memorial and a sign that reads "slow down." hundreds a prison worker named joyce mitchell was arrested on suspicion of helping the men escape. yesterday she pleaded not guilty. police say they're questioning her husband also. >> he is obviously a person of interest because of the obvious relationship with joyce mitchell and works at the
correctional facility in the taylor shop as well as maintenance provider. >> mitchell is also suspected of agreeing to be a get-away driver, but didn't show up. investigators say she had a change of heart at the last minute. she's being held on $100,000 bail and is due back in court monday. a former congressman shot while in office will receive a rare honor today. the navy will honor her. gabrielle give gifford ship is being named for her. military veterans took issue with the name and thought it should have been named after a former service member instead. if it wasn't for him i
. in dallas police there shot a man who was accused of attacking police headquarters are but officers so far are not revealing whether that man is still alive or not. police do say the man used an assault weapon and switched to a shotgun during a shooting incident outside of headquarters. officers also found several suspicious bags, with at least one of them containing a pipe bomb. residents in the area are now being allowed to return home. the great america ride will remain closed today. the accident happened near the roller coaster flight deck formerly known as top gun. the employee hurt suffered a traumatic injury. the guest who was hurt suffered a hand injury. temperatures experienced across the bay area, the up and down weather, but yesterday people at the graduation ceremony kept cool with umbrellas. others cooldown with snow
cones. scorching heat also comes with wildfires. luckily one that started yesterday was quickly contained. we talked about the heat. i was at the gym early to try to get in before it warmed up and talking to someone going to a wedding outside. >> very hot. the current temperature in redding, do you want to guess? >> 90. >> 94. >> 94 degrees at 10:00 at night. it is hot in the bay area. here's our live camera looking towards the bay bridge. we have the hot numbers
yesterday across parts of the bay area. 101 degrees in livermore. today cooling you down to 96 degrees. it's not cold, pretty toasty temperatures still. current numbers 60s, san jose and san francisco. more sunshine this afternoon. here's the eventual temperature range. baseball for today with the giants and diamondbacks at at&t park, temperatures in the upper 60s for that. here's a look at our highs once again. still hot numbers inland, but the onshore breeze a little stronger. we'll cool things off.
fairfield 91 degrees, san jose 84 and san francisco 69 degrees. more changes in the sunday forecast. more on that coming up. the state water board is cutting water allotments to long time water rights holders. more than 100 farmers are water districts, on the list in the latest round of cuts is the part that supplies irrigation water to the valley and other areas. >> for the most part senior water right holders will be irrigation district, which will be farming. there will be smaller communities that might be one of their sources of water. >> officials say the regional water system which serves san francisco and parts of the peninsula is not included, but
could be in the future. on monday the pittsburgh city council will consider raising rates and imposing fines. under the plan they would go up about 4%. the plan also calls for fines between 25 and $1,000 for excessive water use. a slimy sea creature has been turning up on east bay beaches. giant purple shrugs like the one in this picture have been seen on several shore lines. they're harmless plant eaters, but can weigh more than 15 pounds and reach 30 inches in length. most of the ones seen here are about the size of a large fist. they've been spotted along the shores at miller knox in richmond and other areas. they're native to the area and are likely washing ashore because of the unusually warm
water temperatures along the coast. a large number of dead carp have been appearing and washing up on the shoreline. according to fish and wildlife, the die off appears to be lake wide and only affects carp. in 2008 there was another carp die off and many were infected with coy her piece herpes virus. the renovated northern half of delores park is set to open next week. the city has added a large concrete walkway. once both sides are completely renovated the park will have two dozen rest rooms instead of just four. >> the overall layout has been successful for 100 years. we really didn't want to change the park too much in any really
dramatic way. >> the northern part of the park will open next thursday. the same day the south side will close for a few months while the city updates the irrigation system. a 15-year-old that was riding as a front passenger when the driver lost control and crashed into a tree the night before mother's day died, and her family is raising money and are creating a memorial bracelet to remind drivers to be careful. >> a lot of parents have been putting them on the gear shift of their children so every time they look at it and are reminded. >> she was killed a week before her 16th birthday. she was an honor student who dreamed of being a corporate events planner after college. thousands of students across the bay area are walking across the stage to graduate. congratulations to all the
grads, but for one teenager the day had special meaning because he received a life saving organ transplant seven years ago. since then he's spent several hours paying the gift forward. >> i'm a little bit nervous graduating from high school. >>reporter: family, friends and an organ donor helped him get here. >> we're going to get one more thing. >>reporter: he's graduating with the help of an 18-year-old who died before receiving his own diploma. >> we'll put johnny on top of him so he can go to the graduation too. >>reporter: he was killed in a motorcycle accident in 2008 while on his way to adult night school. he was a recipient of his liver that saved his life. >> if it wasn't for him i wouldn't be walking the stage today. >> mikey and johnny are
walking the stage today. >>reporter: ever since the donation he's been paying it forward in a big way. this video from when he started an effort to feed the homeless, not just on thanksgiving, but once a month. he's helped those less fortunate and even his own classmates. >> they basically signed up and received. i helped them out and they helped me out. >> i'm glad he decided to pay it forward. it became contagious with my family first and everybody just caught on. >>reporter: he plans to major in social work when he attends cal state this fall. right now he's enjoying the moment and not thinking about the 14 times he was in and out of the hospital since the transplant, the recovery.
he's thankful of the accomplishment. >> i'm excited because we finally made it. we're just very happy. >>reporter: he plans to continue his nonprofit work because he knows firsthand that sometimes in life everyone needs a little help. kim kardashian is making her way to the bay area, scheduled to speak in oakland on june 30 as part of the commonwealth club informed series. tickets go on sale and $40 to $300. she recently released a book that's a photo collection of herselfies. she's also expecting her second child with singer kanye west.
there were several dramatic moments in the women's world cup. the u.s. came close to scoring, but it was knocked away. >> i think we have to finish our opportunities, and we didn't do that. that's a great team and to get a tie and get one point is big for us. >> the u.s. defender flicked the ball away inches before. their former coach is now the coach of sweden. >> usa. >> usa. >> there was a women's world
cup watch party at the civic center plaza. we're proud to be part of the event that supports disadvantaged programs. we'll show the u.s. team's match against nigeria and proud to sponsor two more viewing parties at the civic center plaza. there's a semifinal on june 30 and then the world cup final on sunday, july 5. we've posted more information on the website about the women's world cup. go to ktvu.com and learn about the players on time usa including those with bay area ties. we'll also be in early to bring you the game right here on ktvu. >> between the players with the bay area ties and warriors, exciting. >> even more fun to watch when
still sunshine and minor cooling in our weekend forecast. more of the numbers coming up in a few minutes. here's a look at the top stories trending this morning. the president of the ncap chapter is being accused of passing herself off as african- american. they'll hold a meeting monday to discuss her future. a white couple in montana is claiming to be her estranged parents and are in a messy legal dispute over her half brother who is black. he wants to stay with her and has claimed that the parents severely punished him for not following the family religion and rules. >> it's no small amount of stress for my kids as well as myself. >> as rachael has taken a turn more and more to falsely represent who she is, she has distanced herself from us and
doesn't want any communication. >> officials are questioning other hate crimes that she has apparently reported, like a noose found outside her home. take a look at this video from the berkley national laboratory. it shows a herd of goats making their way down. it looks like they're hungry and anxious to get at the grass. officials say by allowing the goats to graze, it keeps the grass short and reduces the potential fire hazard. john stamos as been accused of driving under the influence after police received numerous calls about a possible dui driver. he was taken to a local hospital for a possible medical condition. he was cited and released for treatment. he was the only person in the car and said to appear in court on september 11. he became famous for his role as jessie on full house and is
starring in the upcoming series grandfathered. mark is here and nice to have you. >> you walk around in the morning and everything is so quiet. >> windows open and a nice cool breeze making its way through before it turns into another hot day. >> that breeze saves everything. it's kind of refreshing and nice to have here in the bay area. still hot numbers in the forecast inland. san jose back up into the 80s for this afternoon. take a look at the highs from yesterday compared to today, and we'll cool things off. 101 in livermore and down to 96 for this afternoon.
current numbers showing you this, 60s fairfield, san jose 60 degrees and san francisco upper 50s. forecast headlights for today, of course the morning fog, more of the hot temperatures inland. cooler sunday and we'll bump up the numbers next week, but no major heat-ups in sight. temperatures mid 60s warming up as you work inland. inland will be easily back up to 97 degrees by 3, 4:00 this afternoon. we have a weather system up here to the north that will gradually move into northern california and be the source of a little more cooling as we head into the second half of
the weekend. the forecast here with patchy fog near parts of the shoreline, partly cloudy skies and temperatures with all sorts of colors reflecting all sorts of temperatures. the temperature range from the mid 60s all the way to the mid 90s later on today by about 4:00. santa rosa 85, and the bay mainly 70s. lots of 90s inland. san francisco in the upper 60s. here's a look at the five-day forecast. it seems like after three
there's the hottest time. >> we want it a little cooler, a little warmer. if you're not happy where you are, we have the range. happening today, the fit expo returning to northern california. it's an event that is going on. >>reporter: there's a lot of competition out here and i realize how unfit i am. i'm here with a spokesperson for this event, which is pretty exciting here in san jose. this is your third time back? >> actually fourth time back. it's bigger than ever. we know the summer is around
the corner and we want to invite everybody to come and see what it's really all about. it's about fitness, health and healthy living and changing a little bit of your lifestyle to make it even healthier. >> i think it's hard to miss it. tell me what this is. it's part of the strong man competition. >> it is. he just came back from finland. he went to iceland and placed third in that and he lifts like nothing. this is actually for strong men. a lot of these competitions you can see and watch, but also participate. >> i need you to hold the microphone for a second. we're going to pick it up
together. this is me trying to pick up 250 pounds. >> go and don't throw out your back. >> let me help you a little bit. >> i don't know about your form there. make sure you're doing it the right way. we don't want any injuries. >> i'm going to need you to support. >> chest up, shoulders back. that's it. very good. one more time. >> you've got to be kidding me. >> did you have breakfast today? >> i did. granola with raisins and whole milk. one more time. let's go. one, two, three.
>> it's open to the public, and it's open to participate. >> you also can win money. you can still sign up. you come in and sign up and immediately can win money, $1,000 in one minute. >> sounds super exciting. it sounds great. it's not just a strong man competition, but a lot of fitness stuff that goes on. we'll get into that later on, but for right now, i can't thank you enough. there's no way i could have picked this up on my own. 240 pounds. he made it look easy. >> with a little pinky finger, like he said. >>reporter: this is their warmup weight. >> you had a lot of competition, and you weren't
we'll strip away the clouds with patchy overcast. partly cloudy skies for the shoreline. a big temperature range, mid 60s to 90s. the north beach festival taking place, and throughout the afternoon back to upper 60s. once again the temperature range all the way to 96 out toward antioch. more on sunday's forecast in a few minutes. we begin with a developing story from dallas, texas. a police robot is being used to check the condition of a gunman shot by police a short time ago. police say he shot an assault weapon and the gun fire left large holes in the building and car windows.
after negotiations failed a police sharpshooter fired into the suspect's armoured vehicle. >> this was an on-againoff- again negotiation. he would get angry and hang up and stop talking. he would rant for a while and not really have a conversation with us. >> the suspect has been reportedly identified as a 50- year-old man who claimed he was going to blow up police because he said they accused him of being a terrorist and took his child. footage shows an officer drawing a gun on a group of teenager and pushing a 15-year- old girl to the ground. he has since resigned and leaves with a heavy heart and is is apologetic. he insists it was not racial targeted. a visual for a man shot and killed by oakland police last
saturday turned into a protest march. they were protesting the death of a 30-year-old man who was killed during a confrontation with officers. demonstrators attached themselves to each other and a cardboard replica. it was organized by a group called the antipolice terror project. >> whether or not we knew the victim is traumatic for us. it's triggering for us and trauma because black and brown people, we know that's a day we all fear. >> police say he passed out in a car with a loaded gun on the passenger seat and police spent an hour trying to wake him up. an officer eventually broke the car window, which led to a confrontation. the lawyer for the officer said
she opened fire when he reached for his gun. a 17-year-old boy is one of four people charged in a home invasion at his father's home in san jose. surveillance shows them going room to room. prosecutors say it was all masterminded by the homeowners 17-year-old son. >> sources close to the case have provided information that we believe is actually the one who set this up. he initiated the contact and provided information to help the gang members that he knows from high school commit the crime. >> he along with other teenagers are all accused of robbing the house. the teens have been charged as adults. a ride will remain closed today after an employee suffered what's described as a
traumatic injury. he was trying to get a cell phone dropped near the ride. the park visitor suffered a hand injury. it happened on flight deck formerly known as top gun. the ride can go up to 50 miles an hour. so far the park has not released information on how the injury happened. high temperatures had people searching for ways to beat the heat. last night the concert in the park was packed. some people took to the street to stay cool, others enjoyed shade. police attending the graduation ceremony used umbrellas to keep the sun off their back, but the scorching heat also brought with it wildfire concerns. >> humidity was a little higher, so the fire behavior wasn't extreme so we're lucky this occurred earlier rather than later in the day. >> a wildfire started at around 11:00 a.m. in another area. they were able to get it under
control quickly. fire season is just now getting underway. in response to the high heat pg & e is activating preventive measures. they say they opened their emergency centers yesterday afternoon. >> we have crews that are going to be remaining here on site much later than their normal hours so that during the peak hours should there be any kind of heat-related outages they're ready to roll. >> the problem isn't caused by demand from customers, they say. in fact, the state has access to more power than it use, but they say it's most often caused by heat related problems with equipment and transformers going out. happening today, fitness lovers are going to be headed to the san jose convention center for the fifth expo, a 2- day event featuring give a ways
with our bollywood and create the best workout we possibly can. >>reporter: one of the things we talked about is that it's key to have an exercise routine. >> most of our students tell us that they don't know where the hours go by. we're able to package everything within one hour. we're able to start off with a warmup, go into cardio and build endurance and finish on strength training using our own body weight. >> where do you guys have classes? >> we're local and run 50
classes per week in the bay area alone and have about 90 other instructors certified that teach anywhere between here to texas. >>reporter: a lot of fun. i told you before i did the weight lifting, i'm not going to do the dancing because there's only so much embarrassment i can take in one morning. i will, however, walk through a couple of the hand movements because that's a big part of the whole tradition is how expressive the hands are. let's try a little bit of that. >> it is about the hand movement. one hand behind the head. i'm going to look terrible doing this. let's go. >> you're going to swing your hips to the left here. >> just swing the hips. >> and hold your abs in tight as you do this.
>> you would have to get the closeup. >>reporter: why do i have the hand on my head? >> it's a basic step. >>reporter: this is a lot harder than it looks. it's a lot easier than it looks. it is a lot of fun. the key is getting in good shape. it's $25 at the door, a 2-day event and a lot of competition
going on. >>reporter: even if i'm embarrassing myself, you hit the nail on the head. i'm having fun. this is about having fun, staying fit and keeping in good shape. >> we can't wait to check in with you next. thanks so much. a kind gesture from a male man in virginia. a response after finding a little boy's letter to his dog that had recently passed away. coming up. if you're looking to get a little bit country, the grand
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these electronic message boards normally warn drivers of construction delays, but people have changed them to have messages cheering on the team. some have signs reading mvp number three lives here. warrior fever and a little bit excited. >> we've been excited so long, i have to look back at the date. do you remember the first game of the series? do you know how long it's been? >> a long time ago. >> saturday, april 18. temperatures in oakland for tomorrow close to the 70-degree
mark. here is our satellite showing you the fog pattern. kind of mixed up in nature. overcast over san francisco. here's crossing the bay bridge toward berkley and oakland at last check. as far as current numbers, showing you 60s out toward livermore, walnut creek, san francisco you might want to bundle up with readings only in the 50s. yosemite just beautiful. you can see lots of clear skies. there's a chance of a thunderstorm this afternoon. take a look at the forecast high heating up towards the valley. those up in the upper 90s. back here in the bay area for
today, the giants and diamondbacks, temperatures in the upper 60s. high pressure has been heating up parts of the bay area. we're cooling things off by a few degrees, but then sunday this area of low pressure moves in to reinforce cooling for the second half of the weekend. here's the forecast models showing you patchy fog near parts of the shoreline. we'll have partly cloudy skies, the marine layer kind of disorganized. all sorts of different colors. the warmest location, lots of mid 90s this afternoon. you can imagine the wind developing out here. it's still warm, but we'll shave off a few degrees from yesterday's readings.
santa rosa 85 degrees, still 90s towards concord, antioch, possibly upper 90s later today. san francisco upper 60s, 69. here's a look at your five-day forecast. temperatures will be cooling off. still warm numbers inland, still 90 degrees. we'll continue to cool things off into monday, then a minor bump in the numbers tuesday, wednesday. the forecast model usually very accurate and they're suggesting about the same.
are back open. for an eighth straight day hundreds of officers are out searching for two men who used power tools to escape from prison. a worker named joyce mitchell was arrested for helping the men escape. she pleaded not guilty yesterday. they're also questioning her husband. >> he is obviously a person of interest because of the relationship with joyce mitchell and he works in the taylor shop at the correctional facility as well as maintenance provider. >> mitchell is also suspected of being the get away driver, but didn't show up. investigators say she had a change of heart at the last minute. she's being held on $100,000 bail and is due back in court on monday. a three-year-old boy in virginia is learning that all dogs really do go to heaven. luke westbrook asked his mom to write a letter for him, and
each day his mom would slip the letter in the mailbox and then take it out. one day she forgot, and to her surprise she received this note that she's sharing. the note read, i'm in doggy heaven. i play all day. thank you for being my friend. i love you, luke. >> the note was written on a slip of paper. she is touched that the postal worker went out of his way to do that for her son. a new sea lion pup was born yesterday. she is yet to get a name and is spending a lot of time with her mom. something slimy is washing up on bay area beaches. up next what you could step on during your next strolls down an east bay coastline.
today a little bit of cooling. we'll have mid to upper 90s inland. the key headlines for today, it will be 3-6 degrees cooler. overcast in san francisco, also toward berkley and oakland at last check. current numbers, we're showing you pretty mild ones already for walnut creek. san jose 63 and san francisco downtown checking in the upper 50s. here's the plan for today. we'll break it down for you. this morning areas of fog and then more sunshine this afternoon.
as i mentioned in san francisco, the north beach festival taking place this weekend, and for today those readings will be back up into the 60s throughout the afternoon hours. the highs a little cooler than yesterday, but still not cool. still 90s out toward livermore and antioch. oakland mid 70s and san francisco checks in 69 degrees later today. a few changes in the sunday forecast coming up in a few minutes. a slimy sea creature has been turning up on east bay beaches. the giant purple sea shrugs likethe one you see in the picture have been seen on several shore lines. they can weigh 15 pounds and reach 30 inches in length, the size of a two month old baby. most of the ones seen here are about the size of a large fist. so far they've been spotted along the shores of alameda and miller knox national parkthey're likely washing
ashore because of the unusually warm water temperatures along the coast. a large number of dead carp have been one hearing in clear lake and are washing up on the shoreline there. these pictures were sent by a viewer. the die-off appears to be lakewide and for some reason is only affecting the carp in the water. there's good news coming out of the oil spill in santa barbara county. several pelicans that were injured by the spill have been cleaned up. they were released back into the wild yesterday. each bird was washed by hand and nursed back to health. the pipeline rupture leaked 100,000 gallons of oil into the ocean. the newly renovated
northern half of the park is set to open next week. yesterday we got a tour of the changes. the city added a large new concrete walkway so trucks can move in for events without damaging the grass and once both sides are completely renovated the park will have two dozen rest rooms instead of four. >> the overall layout has been successful for 100 years, and we really didn't want to change it too much in a dramatic way. >> the northern part of the park will open next thursday, and the south side will close for a few months while they update the irrigation system and add rest rooms. take a look at this video from the berkley national laboratory. it shows a herd of goats making their way down the hill.
by allowing the goats to graze it keeps the grass short and reduces fire hazard. their cutting water allotments, and more than 100 farmers have had it since 1903. on the list of cuts is the irrigation district which supplies to antioch, brentwood, oakley and other locations. >> for the most part senior water holders will be irrigation and that will be farming. there will be smaller communities that it might be their source of water or one of their sources of water. >> officials say the regional water system which serves san francisco and parts of the peninsula is not included but could be in the future. on monday the pittsburgh city council will consider a plan to raise water rates and impose fines for high water
users. the u.s. team needs a draw or win next tuesday to advance to the next round of the women's world cup. they could have advanced, but the match ended without either team scoring. there were lots of drama, though. >> i think we need to finish our opportunities, and we didn't do that. that's a great swedish team and to get a tie or get one point is big for us. >> did you see this? check out this video. an unbelievable save. that is the u.s. defender heading the ball away. it hit the top of the goal post
before deflecting. >> they're helping to cheer on the team right here in the bay area. >> usa. >> very enthusiastic there. they hosted a watch party at the plaza. ktvu sponsored the sent that supports helping disadvantaged children to play more sports like soccer, especially girls. they're show the match on tuesday against nigeria. it starts at 5 p.m. also proud to sponsor two more viewing parties. there's a semifinal tuesday
june 30 and sunday july 5. we have also posted more information about the world cup on ktvu.com and you canning learn about the players and those with bay area ties. mornings on 2 will be ending early this morning so we can bring you the france versus columbia game right here on ktvu. you might remember back in march, this grid was built right here. today the san francisco fire will be one of the teams going for the match at the fit expo in san jose. we're live with some members of the san francisco fire.
>>reporter: this is live tv. paul, come on. explain a little about what grid is. this is a relatively new sport. let us know a little about what grid really is. >> we were all in a room talking about this last year and we went from concept to finals on tv in eight months. what this is, there's a whole emergence of hybrid athletes. you've got tough runners and functional fitness, and this is an outlet for those guys to show-off and show their skills. they work really hard in the gym day in and day out, probably the hardest professional athletes working out there and this is a place to show their stuff and entertain. >>reporter: this is a competition. who will we see competing?
this is a championship team and they played the fire in the championship match. that's the home team here. that's the team that everybody in the bay area should be rooting for. you can see one of our athletes warming up over there. we've got the brawlers against the iron at 11, and then today at 2 we have miami and la. that will be another really good match. and then tomorrow at 11 you're going to have new york rhinos against the anthem, which is a new expansion team this year, and then at 2 it will be the best match, the finale. that will be the fire taking on phoenix, the match that nobody's going to want to miss. it's the two top rated teams this year that everybody is talking about. it will be a championship caliber game. >> we've been talking about fit
expo. there's obviously booths and stuff like that and there's a competition throughout the area. this is not one event that people can sign up for and compete in right now. these are athletes that are prequalified and trained. >> yeah, these are professional athletes. they've gone through combines and a draft or were signed last year or this year. this is legit professional sport that you're going to see here. >>reporter: our local team, just briefly, when do they play? >> they play tomorrow at 2 . i don't think it's sold out yet. you should come down to the fit expo and check out the local team and support it. if you want to see something new and cool, i recommend you come here. >>reporter: for san francisco
fire, thank you so much. obviously a lot of fun. not the kind of competition you can come out and participation in yourself, but you can come out and root on the san francisco fire as they take on teams from all over the country. this is right up your alley. i know you're a fitness expert and you do stuff like this. >> i don't do that stuff. i am not an expert. it is a lot of fun to watch. >>reporter: if you made me do bombay jam, i definitely want to see you do a handstand push up. fair is fair. >> i can do a handstand pish up. >> you can do a handstand push up? >> i can. we need to get you out there. kim kardashian west is making her way to the bay area, scheduled to speak on june 30
golf sportwagen. the sportier utility vehicle. . it has been hot across parts of the bay area. we'll take a look at the updated numbers in a few minutes. welcome back. check it out. you're looking at live pictures. this is the plaza and this afternoon there's a competition that will take over the san francisco skyline. this is a sport that involves a
2-inch strap above the ground. athletes say it's like being on a long, narrow trampoline. this is called red bull bay lines and will feature 12 of the world's top athletes in the sport. check out this video. his nickname is the machine. he is sponsored by red bull and he is from right here in the bay area. good morning. thanks for joining us. tell me how you got into this and why you love it so much. >> i was thinking about rock
climbing and started that and would walk the flat line to take breaks and kind of got better and better and liked it more and more, and here we are today. >> is it kind of one of those things that people ask, what is it about it and how do you get good at it and what makes you especially someone with success? >> it's hard to explain, but it's really just a 2-inch trampoline. many of the things you can do on the trampoline, you can do it on a flat line, but modified. there are basic moves you canning combine and modify. >> we're showing video of you doing pretty awesome stuff. what would you tell people as far as checking it out?
>> it's going to be awesome. we're going to see all sorts of stuff. new tricks that have never been done before and people from all over the world. come on by. we'll be here all day. >> alex, we appreciate you joining us this morning and giving us a look. just the video we're watching is pretty incredible. good luck to you today. >> thanks so much. >> i don't know what kind of good flat lining weather you might need. >> fog is good for any kind of workout, i think. >> i had no idea you could do all that. >> very cool. >> it almost looks like he has a routine that he's come up with ahead of time. >> if you are heading out there, i guess maybe fog is your friend out there.
you can see the fog pushing back into the bay. it will be a little cooler today across parts of the bay area. yesterday the hottest location around 101. today will be three to 6 degrees cooler. showing you some of the overcast here mugging the coastline from monterey bay to ocean beach toward the bay bridge and berkley overcast to report. current temperatures, san jose 63 and san francisco upper 50s. look at fairfield. this is the cooler wind direction sustained at 25, gusting to 28 at last check. notice how that funnels to the
delta. partly cloudy skies in san francisco, temperatures upper 60s with a bit of a breeze. hurricane carlos developing overnight. a category one hurricane. this is the forecast track. it should be weakening. we'll keep an eye on that the next few days. back here in the bay area, hot numbers inland, mild coast. we're talking about cooler temperatures as this system moves in from the north. sunday will be the coolest day of the weekend, and that cooling will continue into early next week. here's the forecast model. partly cloudy skies with the shoreline and temperatures inland. lots of sunshine, lots of 90s to report later on today. as i mentioned, a little cooler than yesterday.
santa rosa mid 80s, oakland 75. livermore 96 degrees. san jose in the 80s. san francisco skies becoming partly cloudy. we'll go 69 degrees. the look ahead to the five-day forecast, a little cooler sunday and into monday, then gradual increase. it's cooler, but it's all relative. >> it looks like a rainbow. >> it does more questions in the naacp chapter. they say she lied about being black for years.
. the naacp has supported a woman who said to have passed herself off as black. her parents are saying they're in a messy legal battle over her brother who is black. he said the parents severely punished him for not following the family religion. >> it's been a stress of years and certainly an amount of stress for my kids as well as myself. >> as rachael has taken a turn more and more to falsely represent who she is, she has distanced herself from us and doesn't want any communication. >> in the past she has reported
hate crimes that are being investigated. one half of the jose canseco is playing with the stompers. he didn't have a hit, but they did win. canseco played 17 seasons in the majors and won the most valuable player award in 1988. there is a home run derby contest at arnold field in sonoma. >> today a nice day for a ball game. >> for sure, yeah. a little cooler, but still hot numbers inland. we'll continue to cool things off sunday. we have weight lifting, dancing>> you're going to miss us tomorrow. a fun, active morning.
are you going to try that out? >> i'll check it out for sure. >> that is our show for this morning. thank you for joining us. we're going to end early to bring you coverage of the women's world cup. have a great day. we leave you with some cool pictures of the activities in the plaza. if you have time to head down there, it should be a good show to watch.